Well, I am embarrassed to see that it has been so long since I posted on this poor, neglected blog. It was SUPER, CRAZY busy but I am not complaining. I have the absolute best clients. They have been referring me to family and friends and it has been such a blessing to my business. I provide photography to seniors, babies, newborns, engaged couples, brides, families, extended families, and even a few events this year. I am not currently photographing any weddings do to the time it takes to do them well. And with my schedule it is hard to work them in! I am LOVING the new baby plans where I get to capture baby's first year for moms and dads. We get each milestone with images at 3, 6, and 9 months and top it off with a super fun cake smash for their 1st birthday! Those have been by-far some of my absolute favorite sessions this year.
I trust you all had a wonderful Christmas and time off with your families. It was a trying month at Jennifer Gauer Photography as I had an external hard drive die on me, which caused me to bite the bullet and upgrade many of my programs as well as get a new computer. I am still working out some little bugs with the new system and it has slowed me down. I certainly do not appreciate being slowed down as I am a multi-tasker at heart. However, I *TRY* to keep my frustrations squelched as I feel this is God making me take a breath and pay attention to more important things around me...namely my kiddos. They get so neglected with some things during the busy Christmas season. I am sure most photographers can understand. So... with all that said, I am hoping to develop a new groove and get into it VERY soon!
But with all that said, I will stop rambling and share a few of my favorite images from the last couple of months.
Have a blessed day and hope you stay dry and warm... I am thinking of grabbing some hot chocolate to warm myself up!
P.S. I apologize for the copyright mark of some of the images. I have been reminded lately of all the images that are stolen by others without copyright permission so I have had to do this as a precaution.